CM Chandrababu Naidu Criticizes IAS and IPS Officers for Past Misconduct

CM Chandrababu Naidu Criticizes IAS and IPS Officers for Past Misconduct, CM Chandrababu Naidu Criticizes IAS and IPS, Chandrababu Naidu, IAS Officers, IPS Officers, Andhra Pradesh Administration, Government Corruption, Public Dissatisfaction, Governance, Amaravati, TDP Government, Administrative Reforms, AP CM, AP Live Updates, AP Politics, Political News, Mango News
Chandrababu Naidu, IAS Officers, IPS Officers, Andhra Pradesh Administration, Government Corruption, Public Dissatisfaction, Governance, Amaravati, TDP Government, Administrative Reforms

Amaravati: Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu expressed his strong displeasure over the conduct of some All India Services officers in Andhra Pradesh during the past five years. Speaking at a media conference on Thursday evening after taking charge as Chief Minister, Naidu remarked that he was shocked by the actions of certain IAS and IPS officers, which he believed contributed to the unfair administration and public dissatisfaction with the previous government.

Naidu attributed the public’s frustration to the destructive and anti-people policies implemented in the last five years, with some officers playing a significant role in these issues. “I don’t feel any personal injustice. I will never talk about the injustice done to me, but I will address the injustice done to the state,” Naidu stated. He assured that he would restore order in the administration.

During his five-minute address to the officials who came to congratulate him, Naidu made serious comments on the corrupt practices that had plagued the administration. He emphasized the need for self-criticism among the officers, reflecting on their actions over the past five years. Naidu vowed to put the administration back on track and highlighted his commitment to governance.

Prominent controversial officials from the previous government, including Srilakshmi, PSR Anjaneyu, and Sunil Kumar, were present during the meeting. Naidu concluded his remarks by stating his intention to focus on governance and complete pending tasks in the coming days.

Tags: